August 15th, 2008  |  Filed under Building BRC

ok, ok, it’s not all work out here

August 15th, 2008  |  Filed under Building BRC
Magellan and his dad ... er, mom for the night, kind of had matching outfits

Magellan and his dad ... er, mom for the night, kind of had matching outfits

Felony and Joe, whose high heels put him at a whole new altitude

Felony and Joe, whose high heels put him at a whole new altitude

Thursday night was ladies’ night at the Commissary.

Men had to dress like women to get into the party. There was an inspection at the door. If you didn’t look feminine enough, you didn’t get in, simple as that. Your correspondent barely passed the test; he had borrowed a skirt that was semi-flattering because it covered up a lot, but he only had a man’s white formal shirt for a top. Once Lexy tied it up around his sternum, thus exposing plenty of midsection flesh, he could take his place inside.

I’m told that the Ladies night used to be just that — just for ladies. But some years ago, Coyote and some co-conspirators crashed the bash by dressing up as women. So that started the practice of requiring the DPW crew and others out here early to get their fem on to party.

Here’s a sampling of some snappies from the party last night. More to come.

Domenique, who definitely cleans up nice.

Domenique, who definitely cleans up nice.

monkey boy had his outfit ready welllll ahead of time.

monkey boy had his outfit ready welllll ahead of time.

Niko and Jamie, both from the Center Camp crew

Montreal did some gender-switching too.

Montreal did some gender-switching too.


4 Responses to “ok, ok, it’s not all work out here”

  1. affinity Says:

    Gotta say, my MonkeyBoy lookin’ pretty cute there!

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  2. commissary girlie Says:

    Did you get any shots of the dpw chick in the strap-on?!?!??

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  3. Andie Grace Says:

    Moderator note: yes, he did, but this being a family website we’ve opted to leave that image to the imagination.

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  4. Sue Says:

    Get a hold of yourselves.

    It started out as a “leave us alone, we don’t need no rules gig” , now u need rules??
    Hello!!

    This is what is commonly known as “A Society” which has rules.

    It is also commonly known as evolution.

    I was inrtigued by this event about 5 years ago. Because I thought that WAY out there, we might get over ourselves.

    Now, it was/is a passing fancy.

    Something I thought may have been – or could be.

    Thought.

    I may naught.

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